Breath biomarker study design
Planning ahead and designing your clinical studies with well defined goals is important to getting meaningful results that help to advance the breath research field. It's impossible to fix bad design with clever analysis.
In our blog, we shared some tips for study design from the Breath Biopsy experts: https://www.owlstonemedical.com/about/blog/2020/dec/7/questions-for-study-design/?utm_source=community&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=blog
We've also posted a blog about selecting controls for different types of study: https://www.owlstonemedical.com/about/blog/2021/may/21/selecting-controls-breath-study/?utm_source=community&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=blog
Do you have any other advice on what makes a good study in breath research? How do we need to be designing studies to continue advancing the field? And, how could we standardize reporting to make results more comparable across studies?